Directed by David Nicol-Sey, the three-minute film portrays different persons of Black Sherif embodying themes of affluence, celebrity, spirituality, law and order, and violence. The picture is full of Easter eggs—a quality that makes it so interesting to replay. Humorous imagery like when Black Sherif says f-up with a fork up. ‘Kwaku the Traveller’ is a necessary piece of commentary in the midst of cancel culture. The Ghanaian rapper preaches criticism on judgemental folks who don’t expect young people to make mistakes.
Featuring a music video that contains a man with green hair that would honestly make a better Joker than Jared Leto’s